This is a new series I’m going to occasionally touch on based off one of Illimitable Man’s memetic catchphrases he uses all the time on Twitter “Teach your sons this.” In his Tweets he will drop a knowledge bomb about various subjects, mostly centered around intersexual dynamics and end it with the “Teach your sons this” or “I will teach my son this.” It has become quite popular within our realm of the Twittersphere with various knockoffs because it is simply just that good! Continue reading “Teach Your Kids This: The SMV Curve”
Our society tends to avoid most things with the term negative in it, but that is doing a disservice to yourself. The fact of the matter is, using negative visualization is a powerful tool that not only helps you keep things in proper perspective, but will push you to new heights. Continue reading “Focusing Through Negative Visualization”
We promote the go get it, kill it in every aspect of life attitude around here. We’re committed to being the best fathers, leaders, husbands and also being fit physically, mentally and socially. I’ve noticed at times that we can get wrapped up in this, after all its who we are, and there are times that you have to take a step back, laugh at life, and just run on auto pilot for a bit. Today I’ll speak about taking that needed time to recuperate and what you can do to recharge when you’ve been hustling your ass off. Continue reading “Remembering To Be Human”
Since we were married, my wife and I were on the same page as far as home schooling our kids. As the public schools become more corrupt, the home schooling alternative has become increasingly more popular. Since 1999, there has been a 75% increase to 2.04 million, or 4% of all k-12 students. As parents who home schools their children, we hope to offer some insight into why we do it, what are some of the costs and benefits, and what we do. Continue reading “Homeschooling 101”
As I write this my wife went with her mother and my daughter to a ballet. It gave me time to spend with my sons but more importantly, it gave us time away from each other on the weekend. It got me thinking about couples that spend all their free time together and how a few hours apart on the weekend can benefit all of you.
In the comments here this week the topic of how to really bring change to this world is to have many children. In a day and age where many men cannot even commit to having a backbone, the though of children truly terrifies some of these soy boys. Having as many children as you can take care of is important if we’re going to pass on traditional virtues and teach the younger generation guys how to be real, masculine men.
When we embark on this journey as fathers and husbands, we are making a choice, but at that time it doesn’t seem like we are making such a monumental one. Things like getting married and choosing to have kids with your wife are the easy things. The other things that you chose at these times are to be the leader at all times. You’re constantly under scrutiny, but at the same time, they all hold you to the highest regard in the first place, and if not, you’ve screwed something up. Something recently made me think about all of this and how we’re always looked upon to be the one who leads.
While out at my kids soccer game this weekend, tensions were high. It was a playoff game and both teams were evenly matched. It went into a sudden death shootout and my kid’s team was defeated. It sucked for most parents to deal with this, but one guy in particular started raging and screaming, claiming we had been cheated. He was arguing with the official and his kids looked like they wanted to run away. It got me thinking about how as a father you set the tone that not only others see, but how your children and wife will fall in line. Today’s article will go over how you can be a good role model and leader in these situations.
“Strength and growth come only continuous effort and struggle.”
Today we’re going lighten up on the seriousness of subjects and have a little productive fun that involves your kid. But before we start, we’re going to review the story of Milo. No, not the gay Milo that has earned notoriety by triggering SJWs. We’re referring to Milo of Croton, the man of immense strength said to rival that of Hercules. Continue reading “No Gym? Use Your Kids!”